Echoes from the Campfire

Nor could he bear to leave the lands of immense distances, the purity of the air, the vast sweep of the mountains, plains and forests, the smell of his lonely campfires, the feeling of a good horse under him, and the song of the lonely winds.  It was in his heart now, in his blood and bones, and in all the convulsions of his brain.”
–Louis L’Amour  (The Rider of Lost Creek)

“Enter through the narrow gate.  For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it.”
–Matthew 7:13 (NLT)